Private detective Jonah McEwen is wanted for murder. Someone has been killing women who resemble Marylin Blaylock, his former colleague and ex-lover. The latest grisly discovery is right on his doorstep. He is the obvious suspect.
The problem? He has been in a coma for three years – a coma he has no memory of entering. And there’s worse to come.
Using matter transporter technology, or “d-mat,” a serial killer know only as the Twinmaker has been brutally torturing and killing perfect facsimiles of his victims and leaving the originals alive. As legal arguments rage about whether this even constitutes murder, Jonah finds himself in the awkward position of defending his innocence when his own exact copy might actually be guilty.
Set in a time where the lines between human and machine are increasingly blurred, The Resurrected Man explores the future of terrorism, law enforcement, and globe-spanning conspiracies. A perfect blend of suspense and science fiction, the novel follows the complexities of Jonah and Marylin’s relationship and their quest to find the killer before he strikes again, as well as unravelling the tensions between Jonah and his father – a man who has been dead for three years but who might yet hold the key to everything…
Nominated for the Aurealis Award and winner of the Ditmar Award, The Resurrected Man was hailed as a “tour de force” in Australia, the author’s home country, and described as “compulsively readable” by Locus.